This is the first question we must ask ourselves. If we cannot answer "yes" to this question, then there is something seriously wrong and grossly inadequate in our musical worship. The word worship itself means to ascribe worth to something or some individual. If the music in our churches is not focused on God, then we are wasting our time ascribing worth to something else.
(Of course, the music is an important factor in choosing any song. You can have great lyrics, but they will go nowhere if not combined with a singable melody that fits those lyrics.)
Sound familiar? These first two questions are very complementary. In the first question, we discussed worship music focusing on God and not on us. We now take another step beyond that first thought: our musical worship must focus on God, but it must also present a high view of God.
Take an inventory of the adoration and praise songs you sing in your church. Compare what they say to a list of the attributes of God (like those in Wayne Grudem's Systematic Theology or A.W. Pink's Attributes of God). What's missing? Are you leaning heavily on certain attributes over others? (129)